Where: Martinsville Speedway
When: April 6, 2013, Saturday, 10:15AM
Martinsville, VA – Sheriff Mike Brown, Administrator of the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, (www.sovaicac.org) and the Founder of the Safe Surfin’ Foundation, (www.safesurfin.org) in Bedford County, VA, is honored to swear in NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Timothy Peters. The driver of the No.17
Red Horse Racing Toyota Tundra, will serve as a Reserve Deputy Sheriff and spokesperson assigned to the task force and foundation that tracks down sexual predators that go after our children on the Internet.
Peters joins our national spokesperson panel that already includes Erik Estrada, Shaquille O’Neal, Kathy Ireland, Jason Crabb, Jeremy Piven, Armon Assante, Lou Ferrigno (The Hulk) and William Lee Golden of the Oak Ridge Boys. Together, their efforts will help raise awareness to the issues of sexual exploitation and sexual predators that use the Internet to find their next victim.
Peters will contribute to the aid in bringing awareness to the need for preventative measures. These measures will help children avoid falling victim to online sexual predators and the real dangers of the sex slavery trade that is growing right here in the United States. He will also record several Public Service Announcements that will be broadcast to alert children, parents, grandparents and others to the dangers of the Internet.
Along with the PSAs, Peters will visit other Internet Task Force operations around the country. These visits will bring exposure to the efforts of these high tech, dedicated task forces and their fight against the sexual predators that use the Internet for their nefarious deeds.
He will also attend fund raising events that the Safe Surfin’ Foundation holds throughout the country. The events help secure funds necessary in providing the educational material that the Foundation distributes to schools, civic organizations, parents, teachers and others AT NO COST TO THE RECIPIENT!
Safe Surfin’ Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) IRS Tax Exempt Foundation and receives no funding from the state or federal government.
The media is encouraged to attend and celebrate those who go the extra mile in their busy lives to help protect the safety of all children.